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    8 th Nashville
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  • PUBLISHED Nov 10, 2017

  • PUBLISHED

    Nov 10 2017
  • THIS VIDEO

    285 Views
    1 Votes
  • OVERALL RANK

    15704 th Views
    11623 rd Votes
  • PEAK CHART RANK

    206 th Overall
    11/11/17
    8 th Nashville
    11/11/17

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Mixing his indie-folk roots with pop hooks and sparse, airy production, Nashville-based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Paul Johnson shoots for the stars with Constellation, his second LP as Canyon City.

The record arrives one year after Canyon City's debut, Midnight Waves, a viral hit whose soft-spoken songwriting racked up an audience of over 750,000 monthly Spotify listeners. Just as he did on that career-launching record, Johnson wrote, performed and produced Constellation himself, working alone in his home studio. You can hear that sense of intimacy throughout the album's ten songs, whose lyrics spin stories of love, struggle, and personal journeys. Rooted in the quiet strum of Johnson's acoustic guitar and the hushed croon of his voice, Constellation shines bright during moments like "Midnight Flight" — a quiet anthem about seizing the moment, while fully acknowledging the moment is fleeting — and "Find You," a warm, woozy travel song. It's a personal album whose tracks were created in isolation, but Constellation still speaks to something universal, creating the soundtrack for a generation of lovers and listeners who are looking not only to find their partners, but to find themselves, as well.

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